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junk

noun /dʒaŋk/
unwanted or worthless articles; rubbish
trastos
That cupboard is full of junk (also adjective) This vase was bought in a junk shop (= a shop that sells junk).
junk food noun food such as potato chips, sweets and doughnuts, which is mass-produced and is of low nutritional value
comida basura
His diet consisted mainly of junk food.
Translations of “junk”
in Korean 쓰레기, 폐물…
in Arabic خُرْدة…
in French bric-à-brac…
in Italian cianfrusaglie…
in Chinese (Traditional) 垃圾, 廢棄的舊東西, 破爛的東西…
in Russian хлам, барахло…
in Turkish değersiz eski şeyler…
in Polish rupiecie, graty…
in Portuguese tralhas, trastes…
in German der Trödel, Trödel……
in Catalan trastos…
in Japanese がらくた…
in Chinese (Simplified) 垃圾, 废弃的旧东西, 破烂…
(Definition of junk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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